Best movie easter eggs of 2004

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The Incredibles picture

Easter egg: On disk 1, click on commentaries and wait for a 'blue" Mr. Incredible figure to appear, select it and there will be a short clip of Mr. Incredible dancing.

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban picture

Easter egg: 2nd disc: Go into the Great Hall and choose "The Quest of Sir Cadogan". During the introduction to the challenge, between the part when you see Sir Cadogan sleeping (maybe) and when he gives flowers to a girl, hit the left arrow on your remote and you'll automatically go to the picture gallery (which you will also get to if you play the challenge and get the highest rank). You'll still have to play the challenge afterwards, though, unless if you hit Menu.

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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind picture

Easter egg: In the main menu of the second disc (extras), of the 2 disc edition of the region 2 DVD, press the pointer to the right. Joel's shoe will turn red and you will see a short film made by director Michel Gondry.

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I, Robot picture

Easter egg: In the two-disc special edition set, on the second disc, go to Complete Index of Unique Features, then Day Out Of Days, then click on virtually any item. Press up to find different Easter Eggs that will show you a small clip.

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National Treasure picture

Easter egg: In the main menu you need two numbers to access the log book for other features. Go into "bonus treasure hunt". Play about 10 secends of each feature,press disc menu on the remote and you will get the letters su,re,ea+tr. Once you get all letters, this will bring you to another menu which the word "treasure" has to be typed to get the bonus secret number(as well as other features). Once you watch and play with the remote under "riley pooles decode this",the number 0421 will come up at the end. Then you will need to go to "main menu" (on the same page),press right to show a symbol above the revolving picture. Press enter and punch in 0421 to access the master code. Also you will be able to watch the movie with trivia. The two numbers needed for the log book in the main menu are 397 and 405. Enjoy.

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Shrek 2 picture

Easter egg: On the "Far Far Away Times" section, on certain pages, you can press up and highlight certain objects. Pressing Enter will get you more galleries.

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Without a Paddle picture

Easter egg: On the DVD, normal version, go to the special features menu, then additional scenes, with a picture of Dax Shephard. Highlight "Jerry's Office" and press right on the DVD remote and a skull and crossbones appears on Dax's chest. Press enter and you will be taken to an alternate version of the cabin scene with Burt Reynolds.

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Ella Enchanted picture

Easter egg: When you go into the special features, there is a game featuring Char and the fan club. If you want to skip to the "reward", press the left arrow and it will highlight the bottom of Chars picture with a little flower. Press enter and it will come up with the "reward".

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Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow picture

Easter egg: On the special collector's edition, in the Special Features second menu (go to Special Features then go to MORE - its the menu with the gag reel and deleted scenes) then press 1 on your remote. The EXTRA written on the upper-left of the newspaper should light up and you will get a 2 minute clip entitled "Secret behind the scenes look at the animation department, by Steve Meyer". There's a surprise ending so go watch it.

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Friday Night Lights picture

Easter egg: Go to the Bonus Features menu and scroll down to DVD-ROM. If you click LEFT, a football icon should be highlighted. Press ENTER to view a special thanks featurette from director Peter Berg.

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Troy picture

Easter egg: On the second disc, when the menu first appears, hit right on your DVD remote to highlight one of the wooden planks on the Trojan horse, and hit Enter. There is a clip the CG department made of some animatic 'bloopers' during the movie.

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Saved! picture

Easter egg: 1. Navigate to the Special Features section on the DVD. 2. Use your arrow keys to select "Heaven Help Us." 3. Once "Heaven Help Us" is selected, press your right arrow key to select a blue Jesus link to take you to an unaired trailer for "Saved!" featuring Michael Stipe.

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Layer Cake picture

Easter egg: When accessing the directors' commentary, press right and you will find a 2nd commentary by different people.

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The Phantom of the Opera picture

Easter egg: On the Special Features Disc, in "The Movie" menu under "Features," at the bottom, on the left, click on the curly part of the decoration so it's highlighted. It shows a cast/crew sing-a-long for the song "The Phantom of the Opera."

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Spider-Man 2 picture

Easter egg: In the Spider-man 2 widescreen Disc 2, under the "Making the Amazing" sub menu, a picture of Doc Ock and his tentacles are in the background. If you click the upper left tentacle (using a DVD-ROM on a computer) a clip of Willem Dafoe pretending to be Doc Ock is shown. When using a normal DVD player, you can use the arrow keys. When "Play All" is selected use the arrow-up key once, the upper left tentacle turns green, then click "Enter" and you will see the same clip.

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The Chronicles of Riddick picture

Easter egg: On the opening menu for the full screen version DVD, you have two options, to either Convert or Fight. The Easter Egg is available on both options. If you chose Convert and after the menu loads press the up arrow, you will highlight a part of the pedestal where Riddick stands in the movie. The scene available is a behind the scenes look between Riddick and the Lord Marshal. The scene is also available if you chose the Fight option; you just have to press the left arrow and highlight one of the knives to watch the same scene.

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Saw picture

Easter egg: On the 2nd disc, if you go to dissection then hit the down arrow then the right arrow, it will tell you the story of Billy the puppet.

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Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story picture

Easter egg: Go to the "special features" section and at the bottom towards the right is the Purple Cobras logo. Click on it and an overweight White Goodman appears, telling you the Easter Egg is to hit enter every time his character snaps his fingers during the movie. (00:21:40 - 01:02:15)

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Shark Tale picture

Easter egg: Go to the cast page, highlight Special Features, and hit right. Some stars should appear. Hit enter to see profiles on the characters.

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Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events picture

Easter egg: Collector's Edition First disk: On the main menu, highlight the eye shape in the middle of the menu. Press OK and the credits scene with the Baudelaires shifts to the next part. There are several scenes to go through by pushing OK at each scene. Second disk: Go to Gruesome Galleries. Highlight Woeful World and press the right arrow. An eye should appear on the cutout of Olaf. Press OK to see a short feature entitled "Eyes are Everywhere". Second disk: On Gruesome Galleries, highlight the words Main Menu at the bottom. Press the right arrow and the swirl will light up. Press OK to see a short feature entitled "Portrait of the Artist as a Bad Man".

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